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Englander, Annrenee, and Corinne M. Wilks, eds., Dear Diary, I'm Pregnant, Annick Press, 1997.

The editors non-judgmentally present first-person accounts of the experiences of ten teenagers who became pregnant and explored the options and consequences of abortion, adoption, and motherhood.

Lessing, Doris, Doris Lessing: Conversations, with an introduction by Earl G. Ingersoll, Ontario Review Press, 2000.

Interviews dated from the 1960s to the 1990s shed light on Lessing's provocative and changing views on literature, gender relations, and social justice.

———, Under My Skin: Volume One of My Autobiography, HarperCollins, 1994.

The first part of Lessing's two-part autobiography tells of her childhood and upbringing in colonial Southern Rhodesia, her developing political beliefs, and her marriages, leaving off before her move to London.

Rowe, Margaret Moan, and Simon P. Sibelman, Doris Lessing, St. Martin's Press, 1994.

One of the more recent studies of Lessing's long writing career, this volume is...

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